The original Long hole is at the home of golf, the revered 14th hole at the Old Course in St. Andrews. The Minnesota Valley long hole lays out in full view from the tee. The fairway serpentines around Raynor bunkering as the routing returns to the plateau. The approach is framed by left green side bunkers to an infinity green and a steep fall off beyond. The green site is located on the high point of the course, and has a half-mile view back to the club house. The putting surface is one of the flattest on the course where the modest breaks remain elusive to detect even for seasoned members.